Learn about recent updates to EngagementHQ. Get helpful tips and ideas to improve your community engagement practice.
THE DIGITAL-FIRST ENGAGEMENT METHODOLOGY
Fast-track your ability to achieve best practice engagement results using this digital-first approach. Learn how to apply Bang the Table’s Engagement Methodology, helping you plan and execute your next digital engagement project.
CUSTOMISED SURVEY REPORTS
You asked for more flexibility in your EngagementHQ Survey reports and we are excited to deliver! You can now customise the participant information and questions included in your survey reports, as well as formatting, logos, and additional context such as cover notes and conclusions. See how this new streamlined process can all be done directly in EngagementHQ.
CUSTOM PROJECT DASHBOARDS
Help your team analyse and explore project feedback with Custom Dashboards. These new, interactive dashboards showcase your stakeholder input in a way that makes data-driven decision-making clearer than ever before. Our EngagementIQ services team will lead the way in transforming your data into an actionable customised dashboard for you.
7 REASONS TO KEEP TALKING
“You are the voice of reason. People need a place where they can talk to each other safely.”
As leaders in public engagement, you have the unique ability to provide resources to help keep your community connected. Bang the Table's Jonathan Bradley in the UK shares 7 reasons to keep talking.
COMMUNITY RESILIENCE Is Empathy Possible in an Online World?
Participating and connecting with community online is crucial during our current global crisis. It will continue to be crucial when we are again faced with the task of rebuilding our communities and economies. Engaging with empathy and bolstering community resiliency now, aids a community’s ability to bounce back in the future.
Your Say Murray River
With in-person meetings no longer an option at this time, Murray River Council have brought their Local Strategic Planning project online. See how residents are sharing ideas and gathering information with online engagement.
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The City of Wollongong is asking for community input as part of their commitment to managing flood and stormwater in the region before the Fairy & Cabbage Tree Creeks Flood Study goes to Council for adoption.
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